Learn more about Baby Lock's IQ Designer with Salima Jaffer.
Volume One contains an IQ designer video lesson, six PDF projects and embroidery files all on a USB. Find out how to convert IQ designer shapes into stitch types and fills and discover more about image properties and assigning outlines and fills, including working with saved outlines and combining shapes. Projects include a back to school pillow and pouch, a cupcake delight tea towel, a fills and outlines pillow, a gift box greeting card, an ornaments wall hanging, and a coffee mug rug.
Volume two contains an IQ designer video lesson, six PDF projects and embroidery files all on an included USB. Learn how to combine editing and create new objects using built-in IQ designer shapes. Salima will also teach you more about stitch types and fills, and combining those fancy fills with weave patterns. You'll be able to scan fabrics and artwork and turn it into designs and appliques using the continuous border function. The included projects are spools of thread, creating your own rose, in-the-hoop zipper bag, sewing machine artwork, scanning fabric into applique and continuous stippling.
Volume three contains an IQ designer video lesson, six PDF projects and embroidery files all on a USB. Learn to combine designs in IQ Designer to create an in-the-hoop project. You will use IQ Designer to create Buttonholes and see new steps on editing and combining designs in IQ Designer to use built-in shapes and fancy fills to create new designs. Projects include an in-the-hoop key fob, an in-the-hoop bottle wrap, an in-the-hoop double sided fob, an in-the-hoop trinket tray, an In-the-hoop lollipop holder and an in-the-hoop cord wrap.
Volume four contains an IQ designer video lesson, six PDF projects and embroidery files all on an included USB. Create applique designs using the built-in shapes in IQ Designer, an embossed design and alternating existing shapes to create new designs. Use built-in shapes to design and create a quilting block and learn how to layer with fancy fills. Projects include a watermelon mug rug, an embossed towel, a monogrammed notebook, a tissue holder, a towel tipper and a haunted house applique wall hanging.